Each dialect corresponded to a certain aspect of Hellenic life and character.
The Pamphylians furnished thirty ships and were equipped in Hellenic arms.
Otherwise, the Spartan wife became subject to the common Hellenic custom.
And will not the city, which you are founding, be an Hellenic city?
Such was the view of Homer entertained by a large proportion of the Hellenic world.
Phidias it is not, but the work of man in that early Hellenic world that I would know.
They will never even strip the body of an Hellenic enemy, except so far as to take his arms.
Xenophon reveals himself and the Hellenic feeling with regard to war and its use.
This attire more resembles the Aegean than the Homeric and Hellenic.
He read his own enthusiasms, his Hellenic ideals, into the least Greek among composers.
"pertaining to Greece," 1640s, from Greek Hellenikos, from Hellen "a Greek," of unknown origin. Earliest surviving use is by Homer in reference to a Thessalian tribe.